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What Aits You? Do you feel weak, tired, despondent, have frequent head aches, coated tongue, bitter or bad taste in morning, "heart-burn," belching of gas, acid risings in throat after eating, stomach gnaw or burn, foul breath, dizzy spells, poor or variable appetite, nausea at times and kindred symptoms PREPARE Some time an opportunity will come to you if you are prepared success is yours. Be prepared by saving your money. $1.00 starts a Savings Account. The City National Bank of Bismarck. If you have any considerable number of the above symptom* you are suffering from bilious ness, torpid liver with indigestion, or dyspepsia. Dr» Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is made up of the most valuable medicinal principles known to medical science for the permanent cure of such abnormal conditions. It is a most efficient liver invigorator, stomach tonic, bowel regulator and nerve strcn^theacr. The "Golden Medical Discovery" not a patent medicine or secret nostrum, a full list of its ingredients being printed en its bottle-wrapper and attested under oath. A glance at these will show that it contains no alcohol, or harm ful habit-forming drugs. It is a fluid extract made with pure, triple-refined glycerine, of proper strength, from the roots of native American medical, forest plants. World's Dispensary Medical Association, Props., Buffalo, IN. Y. STATE WEDDINGS The marriage of Miss Frida Snow field, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mag nus Snowfield of Hananii, to Freeman M. Bina'rson of Mountain was sol emnized at the Lutheran church there Wednesday. Miss Vdrina Bouvier and Fred Jacques were married by Father An drieux Tuesday evening at Tarsus church near Bottineau. I Announcements have been receiv ed of the marriage of Jerimiah Daly of Roth and Miss Kathleen L. Mad den of Bottineau, at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. John Carmody, at Hillsboro, on Wednesday, June 14th. Miss Charlotte Ann McArthur and J. Allen Kemp of Bottineau were mar-j ried at the home of the bride's par-i ents, Wednesday morning at 8:00 o'clock. The marriage of Miss Gertrdue El lison of Crary to Rev. Christian Da vick of Plaza occurred Friday, June 23, at the First Lutheran church of Crary. Rev. Davick and his bride left for a three weeks* honeymoon through Minnesota and Iowa. The wedding ceremony of Miss Ida Amodt to Knut Hansguard both of Crary, was solemnized Wednesday aft ernoon, June 24, at crary. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edward Boy den of Lisbon have issued invita tions to the marriage of their daughter Blanche Edith to Frederick Varner Hutchinson. Mr. and Mrs. Hutchin son will be at home" at Fargo after September 1. The wedding of Miss Moselle Weld, daughter of President and Mrs. Frank Weld, to Dr. J. Hagan of Clay county was held at the home of the bride's parents in Fargo Saturday, June 24. Best Awning Put Up The New Model Awning Architects and builders say it's the best made. It's so simple that any one can put it up, and it can't get out of order. This awning does not stick or jam, can be raised or lowered easily, and requires very little room when stored away for winter. The cloth is always tigh t, no creases or folds can form to collect soot. They are storm proof will not blow down or rattle in the wind. The iron parts are galvanized against rusting. They admit the light and fresh air, leave entire window free when raised and are attractive in appearance. LET US SHOW YOU THE BEST AWNING MADE Bismarck Hardware Co. Phone 92 Main St. Our Modern Factory Spoon. For our modern factory made spoon the stock Is Drat rolled and cross roll ed to get tne graded thickness that is needed. The spoon outline is then ob tained by means ot cutting out dies. The blanks thus formed are struck up by another set of dies, which orna ment the front and back and even bend the spoon into its proper shape, at the same time stamping the re quired "sterling" and the maker's mark. If a spoon is made by tbls latest of processes the sterling mark can be found raised on the surface In stead of incised, as was the case when the marking was done separately.— Handicraft Casualties of ths Cradle. The burden of Prussia's military state, not spared even to the babes la their cradles, has proved too much tor some of the younger members of tbe royal families. In "The House of Hohenzollero" Mr. Brayley Hodgetts mentions that tbe two sons whom the first crown princess of Prussia bore her husband (at the beginning of tbe eighteenth centuryl both died In their cradles, one from a nervous shock caused by tbe salute from heavy guns with which his arrival was heralded and the other from tbe burden of a golden crown wbicb was placed on bis head after baptism. Coin Profiles. Where a face Is used on a piece of money It Is always In profile, because tbe cameo is more readily struck with tbe die in that manner and if a foil or three-quarter face were represented tbe nose of tbe gentleman or lady would get damaged in circulation and pro duce a ridiculous effect 8tayed That Way. "Hello. Stiibbs: Haven't seen yon for months Tbe last time we met. 1 remember, you were trying to break Into literature. Old you succeed?" "Tea, and I've been broke ever since."—Boston Transcript. Insurance and Quick Meal Gasoline Stoves A French & Welch Hardware Co. Main Street Phono 14 1 Suitable for Residences, Office and Hotel Buildings, Flats and Factories NOTICE OF 8PECIAL ASSESSMENT FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF CE MENT SIDEWALKS. Notice is- hereby given that the fol* lowing special assessments for the construction of cement sidewalks have been made by the city engineer of the city of Bismarck and filed in the office of the city auditor on the 23rd day of June, 1911, and that the board of city commissioners will meet to approve the same on Monday, July 10, 1911, at 8:00 o'clock in the evening, at which time any persons having any objection to said assessments may appear and be heard. Special Assessment. I hereby certify that the following described concrete walks "have been constructed In accordance witli the city ordinance governing the construc tion of sidewalks and according to the plans and specifications furnished by the city engineer and that there is due the contractor, Mahlon P. Moore, the amount as shown below: Along the east side of lot 1, block 17, Northern Pacific ad dition: 56 lineal feet of 4% feet concrete walk at 60 cents $33.60 17 fubic yards earth excavation at 30 cents $ 5.10 Advertising and printing .80 $39.50 Along the east side of lot 2, block 17, Northern Pacific addition: 50 lineal feet of 4% feet concrete walk at 60 cents ....$30.00 19 cubic yards eairth excavation at 30 cents 5.70 Advertising and printing .80 $36.50 Along the east ide of lot 3, block 17, Northern Pacific addition: 50 lineal feet of 4% feet concrete walk at 60 cents $30.00 7 cubic yards earth excavation at 30 cents 2.10 Advertising and printing .80 $32.90 Along the east Bide of lot 6, block 17, Northern Pacific addition: 50 lineal feet of 4% feet concrete walk at 60 cents $30.00 19 cubic yards earth excavation at 30 cents 5.70 Advertising and printing .80 $36.50 Alogn the east side of lot 5, block 17, Northern Pacific addition: 50 lineal feet of 4% feet concrete walk at 60 cents $30.00 7 cubic yards earth. excavation at 30 cents 2.10 Advertising and printing .80 $32.90 Along the east side of lot 6 block 17, Northern Pacific addition: 51.5 lineal feet 4% feet concrete walk at 60 cents $30.90 7- cubic yards earth excavation at 30 cents 2.10 Advertising and printing .80 $33.80 Along the west side of lot 7, block 17, Northern Pacific addition: 51.5 lineal feet 4% feet concrete walk at 60 cents $30.90 18 cubic yards earth excavation at 30 cents 5.04 Advertising and printing .80 $37.10 Along the west side of lot 8, block 17, Northern Pacific addition: 50 lineal feet of 1% feet concrete walk at 60 cents $30.00 27 cubic yards earth excavation at 30 cents 5.40 Advertising and printing .80 $38.90 Along the west side of lot 9, block 17, Northern Pacific addition: 50 lineal feet of 4 feet concrete walk at 60 cents $30.00 29 cubic yards earth excavation at 30 cents 8.70 Advertising and printing .80 $39.50 Along the west side of lot 10, block 17, Northern Pacific addition: 50 lineal feet of 4% feet concrete walk at 60 cents $30.00 23 cubic yards earth excavation at 30 cents 6.90 Advertising and printing .80 $37.70 Along the west side of lot 11, block 17, Northern Pacific addition: 50 lineal feet of 4& feet concrete walk at 60 cents $30.00 15 cubic yards earth excavation at 30 cents 4.50 Advertising and printing .80 $35.30 Along the west side of lot 12, block 17, Northern Pacific addition: 56 lineal feet of 4% feet concrete walk at 60 cents $33.60 8 cubic yards earth excavation at 30 cents 2.40 Advertising and printing .80 $36.80 T. R. ATKINSON, City Engineer R. H. THISTLETHWAITB, City Auditor BISMABCK, NORTH DAKOTA, HAVE SECURED THE HALL I N THE RONCO BLOCK RECENTLY REBUILT. The Mandan lodge of I. O. O. F. has completed arrangeemnts for the leasing of'one of the lodge halls In the Ronco block which was recently destroyed by fire, and wfhieh has just been rebuilt. They will take possession of their new quarters about July 15. There are three lodge rooms in the Ronco block, two of which have been leased by the Masonic order and the third being the one taken by the Odd Fellows. MANDAN FUNERALS. JOHN C. LYNCH. The remains of John C. Lynch, wtho is well known in this city, arrived in Mandan Sunday morning from Roch ester, Minn., where Mr. Lynch died re cently. The remains were immediately conveyed to the cemetery where they were interred, services being held at the graveside, Rev. Father Clemens officiating. Mr. Lynch was a brother of Mrs. Hannah Shields of this city and spent some time in this city. The sympathy of the community is extended to the sorrowing relatives. MARY KOPI. Mary, the two-and-fybalf-'year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Kopi, who reside about ten miles south of Mandan, died Sunday of •(whooping cough. The funeral was held Mon day from the church at St. Anthony. The bereaved parents are extended the sympathy of the entire neighbor hood in this hour of affliction. Man dan JX JX Department POPULAR MANDAN PEOPLE MARRIED WILLIAM STEINBRUECK AND NORA SHAFFER MARRIED AT THE CATHOLIC CHURCH. Monday evening at 9:00 o'clock was solemnized the marriage of William Steinbrueck and Nora Shaffer of this city. The ceremony was performed at St. Joseph's chruch, Rev. Father Clemens officiating. There was a large crowd of friends and relatives of the young people in attendance at the wedding. Follow ing the ceremony tbe young people de parted on No. 3 for Missoula, Mont., wthere Mr. Steinbrueck is interestedI in mining property. They will re main there for about a month, when they will return to Mandan to make their future home. Both of the young people are well known in this city and have a large circle of friends all of whom offer their heartiest congratulations. ODD FELLOWS HAVE LEASED LODGE HALL OLIVER COUNTY NAN GUILTY OF INCEST Defendant Will Plead Guilty Before Judge Nuehols. I Monday morning Assistant State's 'Attorney J. E. Beum. and Sharif!! O'Brien of Oliver county arrived in Mandan with John Kocb, who is changed with the crime of incest. The crime is preferred against Koch by his 118-year-old girl, whom it is said has had two children by her father. In accordance with the new law recently fassed the defendant was brought in tefore the judge to sign a written con fession and receive his sentence. However, Judge Nuehols remanded im to the care of the Oliver county fflcials until Thursday, when he will at Center, and at which time the fnan will be allowed to enter his plea. I When ihe pleads guilty it is probable that he will be given a penitentiary sentence. Mandan Locals ocatsM RETURNED FROM CITIES. Colonel and Mrs. H. R. Bltzing re turned to their home city from the Twin Cities where they have spent he past week visiting with friends. The colonel will leave the city about uly 6 to attend the annual encamp ment of the national guard. FOURTH OF JULY DANCE. The members of Company of the national guard will give a Fourth of July dance at the Mandan opera house The funds which, will be raised at this military dance prior to Che annual encampment will be used to apply to the mess fund for the soldier boys while at Devils Lake. SALVATION ARMY. The meetings of the local corps of the Salvation Army for Saturday night and Sunday were conducted by Adju tant Charles Staiger of Minneapolis. The meeting Saturday night was largely attended than usual and the Adjutant who is a forceful speaker, pressed upon his hearers the Import ance of living a Christian life. At 11:00 o'clock Sunday morning the Adjutant spoke On the topic:— "Broken Walls and Burned Gates," basing his remarks on Neb. 1:4, urg ing the necessity on the part of Chris tians of faith in the love and sover eignty of God as well as adherence to the principles of obedience and self denial if they would keep the enemy from entering into t|ie church and de stroy its power and usefulness. At the evening service the subject was: "Living on 'Wind." The at tendance throughout the day was con siderably larger than usual. Tuesday evening will be the last of the series of meetings. See the Leoni Cortell Co. in an en tire new play, "The Last Days of School," at the Grand tonight. Eat the simple, nourishing, inex pensive foods and you will be the gainer in health and pocket. The "cost of living" generally means the high cost of things you do not need. The high-protein foods cost the most, are the hardest to digest and hence the least nutritious in the long run. Cut out heavy meats and soggy pastries for awhile and eat Shredded Wheat, the ready-cooked, ready-to serve whole wheat food which sup plies all the material needed for building the perfect human body. In Shredded Wheat you have the phosphates for bone and brain, Where you Get it Don't Eat All Your Salary I S 1 it the Shredded "Wheat wafer—a crisp, tasty, nourishing whole1»«» wheat Toast, delicious for any with butter, cheese or marmalades. Al ways toast it in the oven before serving. Made only by The Shredded Wheat Company Niagara Falls, N. Y. BISMARCK, N. DAK. Proposals are invited as follows: Carpenter work and painting, for repairs and improvements in the base- Tuesday June 27. 1911- A DEAD SHOT-KILLS EM EVERY TIME Paris Green Kill the potato bug and save your gaJden. Have just bought 800 pounds—will get more when this is gone. Special prices in quantity lots. EVERYBODY IS INTERESTED in owning a home We have all kinds of lumber and manufacture mouldings, casings and everything in mill work in our big wood working plant, that you may need. We are prepared to take care of any one wanting to build a home on tbe monthly pay ment plan. Ask us about it. Also nave block of fine residence lots on Fourth Street and will sell you a lot and build the house to suit. A large shipment of Red and White Oak for interior house finishing just received, Figure with us before you buy. It means money saved, better goods, and no waits, as everything is made right at home. Independent Dealer in Lumber and Building Material H. C. RHUD LBR. CO. Main St Bismarck, N. D. PROP08AL8 Sealed proposals will be received by the Board of Education of Bismarck, N. D., at the Will school, until 8 p. m., Wednesday, July 5, 1911, at which time and place the same will be op ened in tue presence of bidders. carbohydrates for heat and fat, the nitrates for building muscle, and the outer bran coat for keeping the bowels healthy and active. Shredded Wheat is the whole wheat —the most perfect food given to man—steam-cooked, shredded and baked in the cleanest, finest food factory in the world. Two Shredded Wheat Biscuits for breakfast with milk or cream and a little fruit make a complete, nour ishing meal, supplying all the strength needed for a half day's work at a cost of five or six cents. Your grocer sells them. ment of the Will school. Installing 376 feet of radiation and improving the ventilation of said build ing. Separate bids are desired. Plane and specifications may be seen at the office of A. Van Horn, architect. H. W. RICHHOLT, R. PENWARDEN, President. Clerk.